We are a physical therapist-owned private practice. We specialize in the evaluation and treatment of movement dysfunction that can occur from pain, injury and disability.

Our services are tailored to the individual. We develop personalized programs for athletes, injured or healthy, as well individuals recovering from injury or surgery.  Our rehabilitation programs incorporate the principles of pilates and yoga, as well as the work of Czech physician, Vladimir Janda. These techniques, as well as functional exercise training such as the work of physical therapists Gray Cook, Gary Gray and Mark Bookhout, help return our patients to work and play.

We are a direct access clinic. This means we can see you without a referral from your physician. We aim to get your recovery started as soon as possible.  With a variety of appointment times, we'll do our best to accommodate your schedule.  Once we receive a call from you or your physician, we will strive to get you in as soon as possible.

We work as a team with you, your physicians and your other practitioners to help you attain your goals faster.  We look forward to working with you!

April 3 Update: "Today's normal"

Katie and Trevor have just wrapped our first two weeks of providing all of our physical therapist services via telehealth. We've seen many of current patients this way and started new patients as well. We're much more comfortable with the technology and pleasantly surprised at how much professional value we can provide through this medium (especially for therapists who identify as "manual therapists"! ).

In order to do our part to "flatten the curve" and avoid exposing any of our patients to undue risk we are going to continue to only provide telehealth visits through the month of April. If it seems reasonably prudent to provide care in person prior to that, we'll certainly re-evaluate. Physical therapy is deemed an "essential service" but delivering outpatient care, in person, isn't worth the risks, especially with a viable, if not ideal, alternative.


Our schedules are not perfectly rigid right now, but roughly look like this:

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